Essex County Council announces plans to freeze tax

An authority has announced plans to freeze its share of council tax for the coming year.

Essex County Council’s cabinet will recommend the move to a meeting of all members next month, along with plans to cut spending by £55 million.

The savings would be part of plans to provide more school places across the country, invest £65 million in roads and footpaths and ensure libraries stay open.


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